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This new series offers timesaving books on critical topics for educating students with autism spectrum disorders. The four books in this series are filled with practical information and advice, thus making them an ideal resource for classroom teachers, pre-service teachers, and graduate students.

Focusing on educational and instructional strategies that are successful with students with autism spectrum disorders, this book profiles the most current, research-based interventions that can be implemented by teachers in a classroom setting.
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ISBN: 9781593637828
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